When you're riding a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle, you need to be updated on all of the latest recall information. It's important to stay safe on the road and in order to do that you need to know what's going on with your bike at all times.
What happens if your ride has a recall?
A bike recall happens when the manufacturer determines that a model has a defect, whether safety-related or concerning federal safety standards. If this occurs, your brand will alert you of the problem with free service solutions.
Whether it's federally requested or the manufacturer finds a defect, the following public report will show the following information:
Rest assured, if your bike's components or structure is under fire, we monitor every NHTSA safety recall to ensure your safety. If you have questions about your Harley-Davidson bike in Grandview, MO, contact our dealership.
The NHTSA issued a recall that includes all Model Years from 2008 to 2011 of the Touring, CVO Touring, and VRSC motorcycles outfitted with ABS.
The report takes notice that many of the following motorcycles have gone without the DOT brake fluid flush, which can influence the ABS-equipped brakes. The recall asks all owners of the bikes listed below to submit their vehicle for a one-time brake fluid flush to remedy the issue.
Here is a list of the specific models impacted:
According to the NHTSA reports, Harley-Davidson has a recall for some saddlebags and detachable accessories.
The Harley-Davidson rider can discern that the saddlebag indicator on the back side of the bag is noticeable and that the bag rumbles or comes undone when you move it.
The parts are capable of coming off while the bike is in use. The saddle/bag mounting bracket might also need some work. See listed information of impacted part numbers below:
The NHTSA has issued a recall of around 45,599 motorcycles manufactured by Harley-Davidson Motor Company. The bikes below do not have an oil line clamp appropriately installed. This is a dilemma because the oil can become separated and then there can be a substantial loss of engine oil. The matter impacts US bikes made between 03/08/16-05/09/2017. The particular part numbers to look out for are:
The list of 2017 Touring Model Motorcycles impacted is:
All reports can be found on the NHTSA website.